VIMAX CONQUERS BHJCR

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After a Keenly contested Business House Junior Common Room; University of Ghana Elections, the Electoral Commissioner today 26th of October 2016 declared the  results after close of polls around 6:00pm GMT.

 

Mr. Kweku Bosompim who ran for the Secretary position unopposed secured some 862 out of 971 representing 88.77% of total valid votes cast for that position,

Mr. Paa Kofi also runned unopposed for the Organising Secretary position and gathered 840 out of 977 votes to represent 85.97% of total valid votes cast for his slot.

 

The story was however different for who controls the finances of the BHJCR as two candidates matched boot for boot for that title, Mr. Daniel Appiah Mensah polled 492 out of 1055 valid votesrepresenting 46.64% and his competitor, the victor; Mr. Owusu Bright polled 626 votes to harvest 59.34% of valid votes.

 

Team VIMAX and Team KAYLLA knocked it head on for the Presidency but the results proved one was clearly over head the other. Mr. Vincent Kombat and Ms. Maxeline Konadu polled 808 of 1158 valid votes which translates 69.78% while Mr. Kwesi Peprah and Ms. Priscilla Akuamoah tagged along with only 350 votes which translated to 30.22% of valid votes cast for the Presidency and Vice position.

 

The next winners are therefore

Mr. Kweku Bosompim- Secretary elect

Mr. Paa Kof- Organizer elect

Mr. Bright Owusu- Treasurer elect

Ms Maxeline Konadu- Vice President elect

Mr. Vincent Kombat- President elect.

 

Report by Oswald K Azumah.

Ugfile.com

OSWALD K AZUMAH

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2 comments on this post

  1. EL SAGACIOUS 91 says:

    THE ARTICLE ON “VIMAX CONQUERS BHJCR” contains a grave mistake as to the one who won the position of treasurer.
    Its should be Bright, but report attributed the winner to one named Daniel.
    This ought not to be.
    All diligence must be put in to rectify such grave mistake.
    THANKS

    1. OSWALD K AZUMAH OSWALD K AZUMAH says:

      Thanks for the correction El, it has been duly corrected

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